I’ll post the last of my daughter’s daily outfit drawings at the end of the month – might as well bundle in the last two days with week 4.
Meanwhile, there’s nothing that makes little fashion sketches look so inconsequential as a cartoon doing something really powerful, political and potentially game-changing.
This week my friend Kate shared her story of going out to the Calais “jungle” to help refugees there: Threads.
As so often, it’s the small observed details that make it so hard-hitting: the stepped-down shoes, the child complaining that they are not tired: everyday minutiae that make the extraordinary circumstances they are seen within all the more shocking. Beware, you may cry. But you will also come away with more understanding. Brava, Kate.
2 thoughts on “Really important cartooning: Threads by Cartoon Kate”
Beautiful and powerful! Thanks so much for sharing.
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